SNIA Launches ILM Conference

   Looking to shine a spotlight on the the increasingly important Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) market, the Storage Networking Industry Associations (SNIA) has announced plans to host what the group calls the world's first ILM conference. The ILM Solutions 2004 conference and expo will be held in Long Beach, California, on October 3-5. The conference will focus on increasing the compliance, safety, and effectiveness of enterprise data, according to the group. "The practice of information lifecycle management is undergoing significant, rapid changes. These changes are being driven by a growing emphasis on disaster recovery and business continuity, the proliferation of regulatory mandates like Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPAA, and operational requirements to increase the effective use of information assets. This conference was developed to help information management professionals evaluate and meet all of these expectations as efficiently as possible," said Charles Curtis, senior storage engineer for HP and chairman of the SNIA Data Management Forum.
   The conference will feature demonstrations and presentations on industry solutions, and the expo will give attendees an opportunity to meet with more than 170 vendors. The conference and expo will be held in conjunction with the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA International) 49th Annual Conference and Expo. ARMA International is an association for information management professionals.

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